juanes2223, October 15, 2019 in Archive
I think that it does not always work so they will get banned sooner or later.
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It depends on the context of the situation. There are people that do it on purpose or simply because they aren't paying attention and those people I record and report them on the website and in game, however, if I'm in a busy area and someone rams me due to someone else being an idiot, I can be forgiving of them. I definitely report a lot of players that ram me as I want to make sure they don't do those things to others and they get punished for ruining the experience for me, however, I am not out there to get everyone as some people can make genuine mistakes.
If someone does it on purpose, I will report it.
I do websites reports so i have always a video of the situation. Before i report someone i take a look on the video to see if it was an intentional ramming or not. I only report intentional rammings. It doenst matter to me what they say after the crash, also it is nice to hear a sorry if it was not intencional
I apologize when I did something wrong but it was not on purpose.
Same for reports I enter if I feel it was just an accident I do not report. If it was intentional or really reckless I report. So far I did not have the experience people ramming me and saying sorry just to get out of a report.
In most cases i just report them anyway.
Based on my experience it's only abput 1/5 that apologize for something they did. Also minor mistakes doesn't bother me.
The rest of the time people just drives off like nothing happened or maybe write "sry" like it didn't matter. Therefore i prefer to report them.
Hello, if someone hits me on purpose I will report, now I see that the driver hit me and it was not intentionally, I will accept the apology.
I see this happening a lot more lately.
Unfortunately for them, it doesn't work like that, if you break the law, you break the law.
Using a real life example, if you go and murder someone, cops find out and arrest you, you dont expect to just say sorry and be let go.. You get punished, simple as that.
It does show that they maybe didnt mean it to happen, or maybe they just want to be polite, but at the end of the day, if it broke a rule, it broke a rule.
If the incident was preventable (Ie. caused by speeding, reckless driving, lack of attention, etc) it doesn't matter to me if you apologize or not, I will still report you.
Any action, that breaks TMP rules and is done on purpose, is an instant report from me.
Agreed with most posters. I made mistake once on turning right thinking other side had red and I caused crash. I apologized saying "My fault" and moved on because I didn't
want to stop on the middle of the road to text. If I would have more time I would add "If you report me I deserve it, I hope your stuff is good). In my head however I realize
that I deserve report and that I made mistake, and I would own up to my mistake and agree with punishment. And this is coming from the player that follows rules.
It's an instant report for me! Doesn't matter who you are If I think It's bannable I'll report it if not I'll drop it.
It's easy to see if they did it on purpose or not
If it was not on purpose or intentional, I'll probably take the apology.
If it was a completely different story like seeing the player(s) go full speed and have myself as the target, no second chance there. A guaranteed ban.
Depending on the situation, many people have no intention of beating, in many cases the work of recording, editing and reporting on the site is not worth the time spent, if you did something wrong, take your blame, accidents happen.
If I see that someone did it on purpose, then I do report it
In any situation where someone hits/rams me and I believe it to be intentional, ill make a flash recording. Ill review the footage later and submit a report to the website. Certain situations I have let people off as it leans more towards an accident or just their poor driving skills.
I think it depends on how they hit you and there attitude when they apologized
Well if someone hits you on purpose and apologies just so they can get out of a report. That is down to the player that was rammed. Personally if they apologize in a polite manner then I would let them go but it all depends on the severity of the ram
If someone rams you on purpose, you should report it.
If it was an accident, and they apologise, and you can directly see that it wasn't on purpose, then i wouldn't report it.
Normally i report people for "Reckless Driving" because that's normally what leads up to the Ramming.
Like everyone says; if someone does it on purpose, i always report it.
When it is just a minor mistake, i never report it. Everyone can make mistakes. That's so normal
It's usually fairly obvious if someone does it on purpose or not. My rule of thumb is that if it wasn't obvious, then I'll just assume it was accidental and move on. Whether or not someone apologizes doesn't affect whether or not I report it, unless that person offers some sort of explanation.
One of the most rampant forms of foul play, I find, is that many players do not wait long enough after an overtake to come back into their original lane. If there is a little bit of lag, this can easily result in a crash. Personally, I either wait for a signal or until I am at least 2 complete truck+trailer lengths before rejoining my lane, after an overtake.
I report every ramming because it is not allowed